Information from the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives website. Includes Benefits Overview, Eligibility Criteria, Application Process details, information on hearings, denials, and abandoned claims.
Does your child have a medical problem that affects their ability to learn, to make or keep friends, or do other things that a kid should be able to do? Find our if your child may be eligible for monthly cash payments through the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program.
Louisiana Rehabilitation Services (LRS) assists persons with disabilities in their desire to obtain, maintain or advance in competitive integrated employment and achieve independence in their communities by providing rehabilitation services and working cooperatively with business and other community resources.
The Louisiana Achieving a Better Life Experience Act Program (ABLE) allows families to save for disability-related expenses of their loved ones. The advantage of this program is that it allows the family to save without worrying about whether the assets in an account will be counted as an asset for purposes of determining eligibility for federal and state benefits programs such as Medicaid and Social Security.
Do you feel like your social security disability claim was unfairly denied or you were treated unfairly during the claim process? This article explains the difference between an appeal and a complaint. It includes information from the Social Security Administration (SSA) on how to appeal and how to file a complaint.
BIALA and United Spinal Association, LA Chapter provides information and support to survivors of brain and spinal cord injuries, their caregivers and professionals. BIALA and United Spinal Association, LA Chapter provides access to numerous support groups throughout the state for those dealing with brain and spinal cord injuries.
Many individuals who live with a disability or receive help from governmental programs. This may include Medicaid and Supplemental Social Security Income (SSI). This goes over information about inheritances that a beneficiary might get as a large sum. This resource goes over access to governmental programs the beneficiary received after an inheritance.
Your family members may receive survivors benefits if you die. If you are working and paying into Social Security, some of those taxes you pay are for survivors benefits. Your spouse, children, and parents could be eligible for benefits based on your earnings. You may receive survivors benefits when a family member dies. You and your family could be eligible for benefits based on the earnings of a worker who died. The deceased person must have worked long enough to qualify for benefits.